This itinerary is simply an example illustrating how we can tailor the perfect experience to suit your travelling style, budget and interests.
A popular destination for tourists and locals alike Melbourne’s CBD is a buzz of activity every day of the week. Discover countless world class museums and galleries, bars and restaurants. If visiting on the weekend an AFL match is always a highlight. B (Day 2 only)
From Melbourne, head north-west to the acclaimed Lake House in historic Daylesford, home to an indulgent day spa and highly regarded restaurant – awarded Two Chef Hats by the Good Food Guide. Perfect for rest and relaxation, explore some of the region’s top restaurants, Convent Gallery, Wombat Hill Botanic Gardens or neighbouring Hepburn Springs. Enjoy a mouth-watering four-course a la carte dinner at the restaurant on one of your nights and an intimate, three-course in-room feast on the other . B D
Transfer north-west to Victoria’s Grampians National Park. Over the next few days cycle or hike the through the beautiful national park, discover the township of Halls Gap or a local winery and witness kangaroos and other iconic Australian wildlife occupying nearby grasslands. B
Check out from your accommodation and drive back to Melbourne. Tour ends. B